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  1. Dschonfelder
    I would exercise caution on the Jeep Gladiator. Jeeps are not know for power or pulling. There are great for four wheel drive driving. Check towing specs on both, also jeeps tend not to hold up well in towing in windy conditions. Just my opinion.
  2. TinTin
    10-29-2014 12:38 PM
    TinTin
    TR:

    No, the anti-sway bar won't interfere with the hitch, it will be an integral part of your setup between the trailer A-frame and the receiver. When you see it it will all make sense.

    Do check online and with local hitch specialty shops. Consider buying online and having the hitch shop do your setup. The only difficulty is getting the ball at the correct height so that the trailer is perfectly level after WD is applied to the truck (the bolts on the receiver are BIG, requiring large wrenches and lots of torque).

    Best of luck, and enjoy your new Airstream.

    Bob

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    2006 22' International CCD
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    2014 Ford F-150 SuperCrew, 5.0L
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